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  • Learn about local businesses at the Discover South Windsor Business Expo

    The Annual Discover South Windsor Business Expo returns on Nov. 6 from 1- 7 p.m., and the South Windsor Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public. The event will take place at the former Highland Park Market at the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk...
  • Texas ID law is fair and necessary

    Texas ID law is fair and necessary
    The claim there is a lack of evidence of voter fraud is not a good enough reason to dismiss the voter photo identification law here in Texas as unconstitutional ("Messing with voting rights in Texas,The Sun's recent editorial also claims the ID law will...
  • Why not a fraud-free election?

    Why not a fraud-free election?
    We in Texas want our elections to be as fraud-free as possible. We have more illegal immigrants than any state, thanks to no border security except what the state provides ("Messing with voting rights in Texas," Oct. 21). I recently saw my granddaughter...
  • Summer Travel Tips for Seniors and Families

    Summer Travel Tips for Seniors and Families Summer has arrived. Spring cleaning is over, and kids are on vacation.  Some families are either preparing to take trips out of the area, or relatives are coming to Orlando for an extended summer vacation....
  • What we know about the Canadian Parliament suspect

    What we know about the Canadian Parliament suspect
    Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the 32-year-old gunman believed to have killed a Canadian soldier and then stormed the country's Parliament on Wednesday, reportedly had a lengthy criminal record and drug problems. Police investigators were told that he may have...
  • ACLU files open records request for police phone data-sharing program

    ACLU files open records request for police phone data-sharing program
    A civil liberties group is pressing for more information about an agreement between five local police departments to share telephone data collected during criminal investigations. The ACLU of Virginia filed an open-records request on Wednesday to Newport...
  • Ottawa shooter had sought Libyan passport, embassy official says

    Ottawa shooter had sought Libyan passport, embassy official says
    The man suspected of shooting dead a Canadian soldier on Wednesday had sought a Libyan passport in recent days but had been unsuccessful, an official at the Libyan embassy in Ottawa said on Friday. "Even if your father was born in Libya, there are...
  • Houston mayor says daughter was denied driver's test because she has two moms

    The daughter of Houston Mayor Annise Parker was briefly denied the chance to take a driving test this week because her birth certificate and other documentation indicated she has two mothers, the mayor said. Parker, who married her longtime partner,...
  • Here's why fixing immigration system matters to all of us

    It's easy to understand why the topic of immigration gets me fired up: My parents are first-generation immigrants from Pakistan. In every news article, every picture and every comment made by politicians and pundits on the issue, I see the faces of my...
  • Suspect left many threats, court told

    Suspect left many threats, court told
    The ex-boyfriend accused of killing Nailah Franklin left a voice-mail message threatening to have her "erased" shortly before her murder, prosecutors alleged Monday.  Prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in Franklin's building captured her and...
  • Messing with voting rights in Texas

    Messing with voting rights in Texas
    If there was evidence that voter fraud was prevalent — or even a serious possibility — then perhaps the Supreme Court's ruling early Saturday allowing Texas to impose one of the strictest voter photo identification laws in the country would...